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Bromic Refrigeration Modular Coldroom Installation manual May 2005

Modular Coldroom Installation ManualMay 2005Disclaimer: The information contained in this installation guide is provided "as is". Bromic Pty Ltd does not warrant the accuracy, adequacy or completeness of such information and expressly disclaims liability for errors or omissions in such information. Whilst Bromic Pty Ltd has made every effort to ensure that the information contained in this installation guide is correct, Bromic Pty Ltd expressly disclaims all and any liability and responsibility to any person using this guide in respect of anything and of the consequences of anything, done or omitted to be done by any such person in reliance, whether wholly or partially, upon the whole or any part of the contents of this installation guide.

Thank you for choosing Bromic for your refrigeration needs. Your new Bromic Coldroom is guaranteed to provide years of excellent insulation to better protect what matters most to you. Please read the following instructions on how to properly set up your modular room.

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Bromic Refrigeration Modular Coldroom Installation manual May 2005

Table of ContentsSection Page

1.0 2.0 3.0 3.1 3.2 4.0

What is a Modular Coldroom? Concept and Benefits Setup requirements Power Requirements Room Sizing Parts and Accessories Installation Floor Floor Panels Description Installing the Floor Panels Floor Beams Description Floor Beams Installation Walls Corner Posts Description Wall Panels Description Corner Post & Wall Panel Installation Fitting the Door Doors and Freezer Rooms (Door Heater) Ceiling Ceiling Beams Description Ceiling Beams Installation Ceiling Panels Description Ceiling Panels Installation Silicon Sealing the room Additional Room components Door Bell Coving Shelving Zanotti Refrigeration Units

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5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 7.0 7.1 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 8.5

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Bromic Refrigeration Modular Coldroom Installation manual May 2005

1. What is a modular room? Not everyone is familiar with the concept of modular Coldrooms. Basically put, a modular coldroom is refrigeration room whose walls, ceiling and floor is composed of various sections or modules. These modules all fit together and lock into place providing a thermally insulated and structurally sound room. Bromic Coldrooms are composed of modules 85mm thick. As customers may not always use standard refrigeration equipment, all Bromic Coldrooms are shipped with uncut panels. The cutting and/or drilling for the placement of refrigeration units as well as pressure balance valves should be conducted by the installer.

2. Concept and benefits: The fundamental concept of Coldkit Coldrooms resides in the size of the modules and placement of their interlocking cam mechanisms. Our standard modular Coldrooms can be composed of ceiling and wall panels of the following widths: 40cm, 80cm, 120cm. Floor panels are only available in widths of 80cm and 120cm. The heights of standard wall panels are either 200cm or 220cm. All panels interlock with special cam-locks, which align and lock onto each other.

Bromic rooms may be used as freezers as well as chillers. For temperatures at or below freezing the door must have a heating cord and is referred to as a negative door. We also recommend that you place a pressure balance valve through one of the walls in order to equalise internal and external pressure. Bromic Coldrooms all have 85mm thick floors.

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Bromic Refrigeration Modular Coldroom Installation manual May 2005

3. Setup Requirements Before starting make sure there is sufficient space is available for room assembly, a relevant power outlet is installed and the installation surface is flat and level. 3.1 Power Requirements Power requirements vary for the different room sizes and between cool and freezer as shown in the Table below. MODULAR COOL ROOMS Volume *Size Power 3 (m ) LxW Required 3735510 4 1.8 x 1.4 10A 3735511 5.4 1.8 x 1.8 10A 3735512 8 1.8 x 2.6 10A 3735513 8.4 2.2 x 2.2 10A 3735514 11.6 2.6 x 2.6 15A Part No. *Size = Length x Width in Metres Note: Power requirements are based on usage of standard slide-in refrigeration system selected by Bromic for a general usage coldroom. Altering or changing this unit can potentially alter the power requirements. MODULAR FREEZER ROOMS Part No. Volume *Size Power 3 (m ) LxW Required 3735520 4 1.8 x 1.4 10A 3735521 5.4 1.8 x 1.8 15A 3735522 8 1.8 x 2.6 25A 3735523 8.4 2.2 x 2.2 25A 3735524 11.6 2.6 x 2.6 25A

3.2 Room Sizing Keep in mind that all of the stated room dimensions are external NOT internal. In order to calculate this you must add the width and length dimensions as well as the height and floor spacers to determine the height. Example: A Coldroom 2.6m long x 2.6m wide x 2.2m high will occupy External Room Width: External Room Length: External Room Height: 2.6 m 2.6 m 2.2 m

A total of 2.6 meters in width by 2.6 meters in length by 2.2 meters in height (260cm width x 260cm length x 220cm height) The above specifies the minimum required space for installing the Coldroom size used in the example but having more space is always a good idea. Since it is thermally more efficient to NOT have the actual coldroom in contact with other walls or structures we would, in this case recommend having the following space: 2.75 m x 2.75m x 2.45 m. (25cm must be allowed in ALL cases above the room, to allow for air flow.)

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Bromic Refrigeration Modular Coldroom Installation manual May 2005

4. Parts & Accessories All basic Bromic Coldrooms will have a minimum of: Part Floor Panels Floor Beams Quantity 1 or more 3 or more Description Reinforced, finished in Phenolic food-safe resin coating on 1 side (walking surface) Connect around the outer surfaces of the floor - used to connect the floor to the walls. NOTE: These are 85mm x 115mm & should not be confused with Ceiling connectors which are 85mm x 85mm Stand in the 4 corners of the room, 2200mm or 2400mm long. 2000mm tall standard white panels in either 400mm, 800mm or 1200mm widths Connect around the top of the walls & join the ceiling panels to the walls. These are 85mm x 85mm & are provided in lengths to suit the room size Standard white panels in 800mm, and 1200mm widths and lengths to suit the room size chosen Size is 1900mm x 800mm clear opening - fitted with door frame heater, used on Freezer rooms. Heater must be connected by a licensed electrical contractor.

Corner Posts Wall Panels Ceiling Beams Ceiling Panels Door

4 3 or more 4

1 or more 1 1x1.2m panel

With your room you will also receive one box of accessories containing the following: Kit Item End caps Allen Wrench Grommet caps Usage for spacers special tool for Cam lock operation Come in white & grey used to cover cam-lock holes. White caps are for wall & ceiling panels, grey caps are for floor, Used for plugging hole in cam lock point - optional For sealing between the panel joints. Silicon must be used to seal all joints on freezer rooms. On cool room applications, used at the discretion of the installer. joint tape This port must be installed in the position provided on one of the wall panels. Electrical connection of this port must be performed by a licensed electrical contractor

Infill plugs Silicon

Sponge seal tape Pressure Relief Port (Freezer room use only)

Note: Although the Cam lock Allen wrench is provided, other tools are required. Please have a toolbox with standard tools such as pliers & screwdrivers at your disposal. Where a Zanotti refrigeration unit is to be installed you will need tools for cutting either a wall or a roof panel, depending on if the unit is a Drop or Slide in. Please refer to Page 15 Zanotti Installation for specific details.

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Bromic Refrigeration Modular Coldroom Installation manual May 2005

InstallationATTENTION: Always wear eye protection when handling beams, posts and other PVC components. PVC flakes will fall from within the coldroom components and can cause injury and/or discomfort. 5.0 Floor After youve made sure that you have the necessary space for installation and that all the components on the packing list have arrived and are in good shape, you are ready to start the actual set up process. 5.1 Floor Panels Floor panels will always have an off-white side and a coated side. For standard floors we apply a black phenolic resin coating over plywood. Floor panels come in lengths of: 80cm, 120cm, 160cm, 200cm & 240cm. Their width will always be 80cm or 120cm. Floor panels are 85mm thick.

5.2 Installing the floor panels Material needed: Floor panels Allen wrench - found inside the Accessory (KITCMA) Box

Select floor panel(s) and position on floor where room is to be constructed, and in the correct direction.

If your Coldroom contains various floor panels, start at a corner and move outward according to the layout provided. When placing the second panel next to the first, align them as indicated on the diagram below and lock them to each other.

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Bromic Refrigeration Modular Coldroom Installation manual May 2005

To interlock the floor panels, take the Allen wrench and insert it into the cam-lock hole on the coated side of the floor and twist about 45 clockwise. Stop tightening as soon as you feel some resistance. You should not have to twist the wrench more then 45 to 90 (max). When you feel resistance simply stop and try to pull the two panels apart from each other to test whether or not the cam-lock actually hooked to the panel next to it. NOTE: Do not try to tighten the adjacent cam-lock on the second panel. For every cam-lock